WS55: Implementing RTI at the Middle and High School Levels: How to Get Started
Friday, February 24
- 8:30–11:30 a.m.
- CPD Credit Hour(s): 3
- Skill Level: I
- Members: $80
Staff development and implementation of RTI have focused almost exclusively on the elementary level or have extended the elementary approach to secondary settings. Although well intentioned, the result has been too few middle and high school RTI implementations. This introductory workshop assumes the participant is at the beginning stages of secondary implementation and thus will provide illustrations of the needed skill sets, resources to find them, and guidance in structuring a secondary multitier model. The workshop will include training on a set of four structured self-studies to support implementation.
Speaker(s): Mark R. Shinn, PhD, National-Louis University, Skokie, IL
Mark R. Shinn, PhD, National-Louis University, Skokie, IL, Mark R. Shinn, PhD, has been supporting schools nationwide to implement a multitier, coordinated RTI model since 1980. He has edited five books on curriculum-based measures and effective interventions. Dr. Shinn teaches at National-Louis University. He was project director for Illinois ASPIRE North, a state- and federally funded project supporting implementation of RTI in Illinois from 2005 to 2010, and serves as the RTI consultant to a number of school districts.